Liberia: Gbowee Wants Sirleaf's Son Dismissed

Liberian Nobel Laureate Leymah Gbowee has added her voice to those calling on President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to dismiss her son, Robert Sirleaf, who is chairman of the National Oil Company "if she is serious to fight corruption".

  • Liberia:  Leymah Gbowee Criticizes Liberia's Education System

    Heritage, 19 June 2013

    A prominent Liberian, Madam Leymah Gbowee, has criticized Liberia's Education System, terming it as "poor". Madam Gbowee, a Nobel Peace Prize winner, asserted that the education ... read more »

  • Liberia:  A Challenge to Our Policymakers, Others

    Heritage, 19 June 2013

    When she addressed a news conference recently at the head offices of the Gbowee Peace Foundation Africa in Congo Town, outside Monrovia, Laureate Leymah Gbowee, criticized ... read more »

  • Liberia:  Leymah Gbowee Condemns EPS Boss' Threats Against Journalists

    Heritage, 15 May 2013

    Nobel Laureate, Madam Leymah Gbowee, has strongly condemned the Director of the Executive Protection Service (EPS), Mr. Othello Warrick, for threatening journalists in the country. ... read more »

  • Liberia:  Laureate Gbowee Wants Firm, Proactive Stance Against Rep. Forh

    Heritage, 7 March 2013

    Nobel Laureate, Madam Leymah Gbowee, has called on the 53rd Legislature to take what she described as a firm and proactive stance against Montserrado County District #16 ... read more »

  • Liberia:  Leymah R. Gbowee Stance (press release)

    The Analyst, 4 March 2013

    After years of civil war and strife, Liberians have been optimistic about the prospect of our beloved country overcoming the negativity that we have lived through, where we all ... read more »

  • Liberia:  Leymah Gbowee Plays Safe -Wants Recourse to Law, but Mute on Looming Crisis

    The Analyst, 4 March 2013

    In the same breath that she berated vigilante justice and violence, 2011 Nobel Peace Prize co-winner, Leymah Gbowee, has called on lawmakers to "recommit" to their oaths of office. read more »

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